Posts Tagged with ‘trees’

Sunday Best – March 31, 2019

Puhpowee.   This week I was lucky to attend a public conversation between three of my heroes: Terry Tempest Williams, Robin Wall Kimmerer, and Richard Powers. They spoke of loss and belonging, of isolation and reconnection. They spoke of mosses and rocks and trees, and afterwards I went to visit a very special tree nearby, […]

Sunday Best – February 19, 2017

Good morning, Honeybees! Sometimes our Sunday Best requires little commentary – such is the case this week. I would only add, perhaps this poem should come before our Valéry reading from earlier this month!  Roots, then wings. How surely gravity’s law, strong as an ocean current, takes hold of even the strongest thing and pulls […]

Finance Friday – September 23, 2016

888. That’s how many months of marriage my grandparents enjoyed – 74 years! They both passed away this past year, and this week would have marked their 75th anniversary. Thinking of them is a terrifically tangible way for me to think about longer term time horizons. Lest you think I am too eager to mix […]

Honeybee Capital Transformation #3: From Maximized to Optimized

Dear Honeybees, I’m happy to present our new graphic blog series, featuring the six transformations of finance that form the core of The Nature of Investing. These ideas have emerged from the six sets of principles of biomimicry – the natural guides to life itself. When taken together, these six evolutions illuminate a path towards investing […]

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